Mitchell Joins LeaseAccelerator as Chief Revenue Officer
JUN 24, 2020 - 6:39 am
LeaseAccelerator, a lease lifecycle automation (LLA) software provider, added David Mitchell as its new chief revenue officer. Mitchell has more than 25 years of experience building sales teams and scaling global software companies.
Using his experience in sales strategy, management and operations, global alliances and leadership development, Mitchell will work to further improve the firm’s sales execution and velocity in the North America, Asia-Pacific and EMEA regions.
“David is a high-integrity leader and disciplined money-baller who uses data to discover opportunities and make decisions. We are grateful that he chose to join our executive team,” Michael Keeler, CEO of LeaseAccelerator, said. “We are inspired by David’s passion for satisfying customers by solving their problems. He will help us accelerate our growth and expand our lead in the market.”
Most recently, Mitchell worked at Appian, where he served as senior vice president of worldwide sales and was responsible for running all enterprise sales, inside sales and sales operations. Prior to that, Mitchell worked at webMethods, where he built their sales organization from scratch, spearheaded the go-to-market strategy and grew the company consistently for many years as the COO and then CEO. Along the way, Mitchell established partnerships with Big Four accounting firms, systems integrators and global software providers. After many years of growth, Mitchell took the company public and then sold it to Software AG, where he continued to serve as COO of the webMethods business unit and a member of the firm’s board of directors.
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